tv Late Night With Seth Meyers NBC October 23, 2015 11:37pm-12:37am CDT
>> so 11:30 central time. [ laughter ] >> seth: you said he's j to the i to the m-m-y. that spells jimmy. [ laughter ] >> that's an oversight. setting up a rhyme for fallon. [ laughter ] here's what i think. i think you wrote that song for jimmy fallon and he said no. >> no. [ laughter ] >> seth: no, that's not true or no that's what he said when you sang the song for him? [ laughter ] >> the second of those. >> seth: okay, well thank you for coming in justin. >> no wait, wait, seth, seth, i have another one that i wrote just for you. i don't like it as much. but it's still really good. >> seth: okay, great. >> okay. get up on your feet and put your hands in the air for the all new host who is beyond compare has a pair of glasses and jet black hair was on comedy central but now he's not there a show is so good it's not even fair it's late night with seth meyers
>> seth: stephen colbert? >> yeah, he didn't love it. >> seth: justin. >> two, three, four. settle down folks no need to be skittish this talk show host is totally british >> seth: nope. [ laughter ] >> was it the british? >> seth: james corden or >> oliver passed first, then corden passed, then i took it back to oliver and he passed again. >> seth: okay, got it. >> here's one. >> seth: justin. a good god ain't it funky i'm gonna have a good time gonna have a party i'm gonna take your clothes off because it's mother [ bleep ] time for late night with seth meyers >> seth: i mean, that's great but you can't say mother [ bleep ]. >> that's what charlie rose said. >> seth: you wrote that for charlie rose? >> yes and he loved it. but pbs was all, "it's off brand." >> seth: [ bleep ] pbs. >> yeah, [ bleep ] them. so, real quick, which one do you want? >> seth: none of them. >> you want to think about it? >> seth: no. >> because if you turn me down, i'm taking them to someone else. >> seth: is there anyone else you haven't taken them to already? >> no, so i guess what you're
[ laughter ] >> seth: how long are you going to stay like that? >> i can do this all day. [ laughter ] what are you typing? the deal for the song? >> seth: i'm e-mailing security. [ laughter ] >> that's cool. i'll just -- i'll just leave. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- from nbc's "the player," wesley snipes. star of "fresh off the boat" actor randall park. incredible as with martha stewart. featuring the 8g band with stephen perkins. [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers! [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening, i'm seth meyers. this is late night. how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ]
good to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. "game of thrones" picked up a record breaking 12 emmys last night including best drama series. "game of thrones" also made up about two-thirds of the in memoriam montage. [ laughter ] wisconsin governor scott walker has become the second gop presidential hopeful to drop out of the 2016 race. he says he looks forward to his new job as the picture in the dictionary next to the word duh! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] new polls showed donald trump's support amongst the republican party has decreased by 8% since last month. huh. it must have been something he
said or did or is. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] probably one of those, right? one of those three? donald trump complained today that carly fiorina says the same thing over and over and over. so i guess that makes her a -- >> loser, loser, loser, loser, loser, loser, loser, loser, loser. we have losers. >> seth: the source is a for losers. [ laughter ] [ applause ] president obama says he plans to greet pope francis at the airport tomorrow. apparently he wants to pay him back for that time the pope helped him move. [ laughter ] airport? just get a taxi. all right. yeah, i remember now. i forgot i helped you move. i'll be there. [ light laughter ] political experts say it is increasingly likely that the federal government will be forced to shut down on october 1st, due to the dispute over planned parenthood funding. that's right.
fund planned parenthood, there's no plan b. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] a new survey found 95% more people plan to cancel their cable service in 2016 than in 2011. incidentally, 2011 to 2016 is the same window that the cable guy gave you for when he was stopping by. [ laughter ] a scientist is claiming that sex can be used as a cure for fear of flying. of course, it's hard enough to get a flight attendant to give you the whole can of coke. [ laughter ] [ applause ] researchers in japan have found that several species of ape can remember and recall plot details from movies. then there are the less advanced species of ape who whisper to
[ laughter ] "is that the guy from earlier?" [ laughter ] "why does he have a hat now?" [ laughter ] the world's first sand castle hotel opened in the netherlands this month, featuring walls and decor made entirely of sand. and after you stay there, you'll be finding sand in your netherlands for weeks. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] and finally, a new york man has been sentenced to four and a half years in prison after he was caught carrying almost seven grams of crack cocaine in his butt. while the arresting officer has been charged with breaking and entering. [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, this is the 8g band. [ cheers and applause ]
single day to see the 8g band. even more excited, because sitting in on drums this week from jane's addiction, please welcome stephen perkins, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you seth. >> seth: stephen and janes addiction will be one of the headline acts at the voodoo festival in new orleans on halloween night october 31st. be sure to check it out. thank you so much for being here, stephen. >> thank you seth. thanks guys. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: stephen will also be doing my stunts the rest of this week. if i need any stunts. >> stop. >> seth: very ha -- a good stunt double for me. [ laughter ] so anyways, last night i was at the emmy awards. it was very exciting. i was very honored to present an award. and i got to get up -- sit in my seat. i saw andy samberg. i thought he did a fantastic monologue. got up out of my seat and before you go and present, there is a little bar room, sort of holding area where you get to wait and have a drink and sort of talk to other presenters. and then i went and presented and the thing was i had to jump on a red eye and come straight back, obviously, to do a show today, so i wasn't going to be
parties they have after the emmys. so after i presented i realized i could go back to my seat or i could go back to that tiny little bar and just keep drinking the rest of the show. [ laughter ] and it was a really fun place to be, because, you know, there was a tv so you could watch the show from there, and during the commercials instead of just sitting there, you could talk to other people, you know, your -- people fans of from other shows so it was a lot of fun. what i didn't realize, was there was a live camera in the room that was filming us the entire time. [ laughter ] so here's some stills from the course of the evening. there i am talking to ricky gervais, that's early in the night. me and ricky gervais. here we go a little bit later on. there i am talking to john oliver, keegan michael key. let's look at the next one. you'll notice everyone else changes except for me. [ laughter ] everybody else is a different person -- there i am talking to will forte. a lot of fun. then we move on. another photo. there i am -- i think this is the first time i've noticed there might be a camera in the room. [ laughter ] also around this time i got a text from my wife who was
watching at home who said, "please stop drinking." [ laughter ] you've been on camera this entire time. and then, here's one more. and that's me definitely realizing -- [ laughter ] that's -- [ cheers and applause ] at that point i had enough to drink that i was in my hello camera. but a wonderful night. i thought andy did a wonderful job. jon hamm, i was so happy he finally won an emmy for his incredible work on "mad men." give it up for jon hamm. [ cheers and applause ] viola davis gave a beautiful speech last night. i thought -- and tracy morgan. it was so wonderful to see tracy morgan again. [ cheers and applause ] i would also like to congratulate my friend christie mengel who won a writing emmy for "inside amy schumer." and i'm only doing that to find out if she watches the show. [ laughter ] so we'll let you know tomorrow. we have a great show for you this evening from the new nbc show "the player," wesley snipes is with us tonight.
[ cheers and applause ] very excited to talk to wesley snipes. a long-time favorite of mine. also, he is on the fantastic abc show "fresh off the boat." randall park is joining us this evening. [ cheers and applause ] looking forward to speaking to him. and you guys, she is one of my all-time favorites, our all-time favorites here at "late night," martha stewart. she'll be stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] she will be making some incredible appetizers from her appropriately named "85th cookbook appetizers." 85. 85 cookbooks. what have you done with your life -- [ laughter ] while this woman was working on her 85th cookbook? i haven't [ bleep ] cooked 85 times. [ laughter ] and i'm sure i'm going to get an earful from her about that. we'll be right back with more "late night," everybody.
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or have flu-like symptoms or sores. don't start humira if you have an infection. raise your expectations. ask your gastroenterologist about humira. with humira, control is possible. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: you know our first guest tonight from classic films such as "new jack city", "white men can't jump", and
"major league." you can see him next in his highly anticipated television series debut in the new show, "the player", which premieres thursday nights at 10:00 p.m. right on nbc. let's take a look. >> you begin to look for other games. games with higher stakes. crime is just a game. we gamble on crime. >> you gamble with people's lives. >> no, here in the house we predict crime. we never influence it. >> did you predict kidnapping? did you predict jenny's death? you could have saved jenny. >> do not. ooh, but that's the game. you don't have a strong enough hand. >> seth: please welcome wesley snipes!
how are you? >> i'm fantastic, fantastic. how are you, man? congratulations. >> seth: i'm wonderful. >> congratulations on this ride. >> seth: thank you so much. it's a fun ride so far. we're very excited to have you here at the network, at the peacock, nbc. >> at the peacock, wow. [ laughter ] >> seth: i'm going to show you where the cafeteria is, everything. i show you everthing. >> oh, we're going to be bffs, right? >> seth: i would hope so. that's sort of the end game for me. >> seth and wes, wow. >> seth: it will be fun. so this is -- it's very exciting because this is the first television show you've ever done. >> not technically not technically, no. i did a television show back in about 1986, and it was titled "help." >> seth: "help." >> it was kind of a hybrid of "emergency" and "hill street blues" and
hospital -- "procedural." we ran for about six episodes. and then i ended up doing "king of new york." >> seth: so that worked out. >> with christopher walken, yeah yeah. >> seth: that's a great film. "king of new york" is a great film. >> yeah, that was a ride. with laurence fishbourne. [ cheers and applause ] we had a lot of fun with that. >> seth: did it -- when this came about, like, what drew you to this? it's been a long time, obviously. >> great script, great writers, great producers. i'm a fan of "the blacklist" so we have some of the same producers -- >> seth: mmhmm. >> producing our show. and it was one of the better action scripts that i had read that came across my desk. plus, this particular character, mr. johnson, gives me a chance to explore my full acting range. i can do comedy, i can do drama, i can do some martial arts. >> seth: and martial arts is something you've known your whole life. you started at a very young age. >> from the womb, seth. from the womb, yeah. [ laughter ] >> seth: you came out as a black belt. >> waa! mama! >> seth: it took forever to cut your umbilical cord.
training. [ speaking foreign language ] >> seth: wow, very impressive. i hope we don't have to beep that out. for our overseas viewers. well, this is really exciting. >> don't just think i'm from the south, i'm like southern chinese or something. >> seth: oh you're southern chinese. >> aye, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> seth: one of your films that i remember loving when it came out was "new jack city." such a good film. >> oh, yeah. yeah, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: nino brown. such a great villain, like one of the great all-time villains. and i'm also a pittsburgh steelers fan, and i've been very excited recently --. [ cheers and applause ] look at that. but this is great so first i want to show you. so here you are as nino brown. >> dude, check the cut, man. >> seth: and recently -- >> that was on purpose. >> seth: -- all world wide reciever antonio brown admitted that he used you as inspiration. look at that. >> okay, okay. >> seth: although he went -- i gotta say, he went a little more
geometric than you. he really has a -- i mean, that's just the increase i feel like hair technology than the last, like -- >> his is nice and kind all croffed --. >> seth: it's really croffed. >> hairspray's gotta go all nice up -- like martha stewart's little biscuits and everything. [ laughter ] >> seth: the crazy thing is to do that and then with your job is he wears a helmet. >> what's inside the helmet is shaped -- like, it's a mold that keeps it -- >> seth: oh, gotcha. he's got a specially made helmet. >> exactly, man. >> seth: now, what are the films that you've done in your career that people most recognize you for? when you're walking through -- what do most people most come up to wesley snipes about? >> well, let's see. maybe the "blade" franchise. [ cheers and applause ] "white men can't jump." that was a good one. i think "major league" comes into the picture. >> seth: when the "twilight" films were as big as they were, did you ever wish that "blade" could find his way into those films? [ laughter ] >> some people ask that question.
>> seth: yeah, yeah. i feel like i would have been more drawn to them, if there was just a little bit more blade. >> it'd be a different story if blade was in the movie. [ laughter ] a lot of things would have went down a whole lot earlier, if you know what i mean. >> seth: it would not have been a trilogy. it would have been about a 45-minute -- >> no, no, no. >> seth: it would have been a 30 for 30 -- >> would have been a couple hybrid babies walking around there too. [ laughter ] blade is no joke. >> seth: absolutely. no, blade was not joking around. >> no, he wasn't. he certainly wasn't. >> seth: there was not a lot of comedy from blade. >> no, not in those woods. >> seth: you were in a movie that could not have been farther away from "blade" is "tu wong fu: with love julie newmar." [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, yeah, yeah. most people have never seen that movie. >> seth: that was a lot -- that was an enthusiastic response. i feel like people were behind it. >> i don't know how much it cost, but thank you, thank you. >> seth: you were with -- so john leguizamo is in that film.
late patrick swayze. >> seth: absolutely fantastic cast. >> my brother. rest in peace, yeah. [ applause ] >> seth: now i heard, is it true that john had a dog on the set that was an unpopular dog? >> john had a schizophrenic dog on the set. [ light laughter ] it was a dog that every time we come -- it was like a lost dog. and a stray dog. and he picked it up and took it in. and every time we would come to the set, we walked into the make-up trailer and john would have the dog with him. and the dog would, like, bark at everybody who came into the make-up trailer. so people got a little tired of that, you know. and one thing led to another. and we ended up making a bet something was going to happen between -- the bet was between john and i. john loses the bet. he doesn't want to pay up. so somehow or another in the process of him not paying up, his dog got kidnapped. [ laughter ] and when his dog got kidnapped, i didn't know how that happened. i couldn't believe it. i was just -- [ laughter ] oh, my lord.
>> seth: very trying time for you. >> very trying time for me. and i felt traumatic about the whole situation. and then when he finally paid, that's when suddenly his dog appeared again. [ laughter ] strange how that happened. >> seth: so it was a happy ending, though. a happy ending. >> yes, yes. >> seth: much like your mr. johnson character. you should not be crossed. >> no no, mr. johnson is -- mr johnson is an interesting guy. >> seth: yeah. i was also very excited to hear that you're working with spike lee again on a film that's going to be on amazon, is that correct? >> yes, i'm in the "chiraq." >> seth: "chiraq." part of the ensemble cast for "chiraq." >> seth: very excited about that. >> great movie, great fun. >> seth: was it fun to work with spike again? >> ah, man, we always have a good time. it's always a party. he brings together some of the best talent. and in this particular instance, he brought some of the best theatre talent, some of the best pop culture talent, some singers, and some great film and television actors, all together at the same time. something you wouldn't normally see in a feature film. >> seth: well, i'm looking forward to that, as well. and thank you so much for being here. i'm such a fan. i really appreciate it. >> "the player." thursday nights! [ cheers and applause ]
>> seth: thursday night! wesley snipes, everybody! it premieres at 10:00 pm, this week, on thursday. we'll be right back with randall park. [ cheers and applause ] it's olive garden's 20th anniversary of never ending pasta bowl. so we're celebrating by offering you over 20 delicious choices starting at $9.99. like creamy new pesto alfredo, or crispy chicken fritta. plus unlimited salad and breadsticks. for a limited time.
[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: our next guest is a very funny actor who you know from "the interview" and "veep." he stars in "fresh off the boat" which returns for a second season tomorrow night on abc. let's take a look. >> and then i said, hey, i don't need your tax advice, scottie pippin. [ laughter ] >> what are you doing here? >> rebecca! janice, gloria. >> i thought you were supposed to be at the convention center. >> oh, well, uh, some of the guys here -- [ laughter ] >> you are ruining my vacation! >> i knew this was a vacation! i knew it. >> well, you got me, jessica. you win. for two days a year, i drink bud light, play tennis and eat hot wings. >> moving to the white suburbs has made you soft. >> woman, i've been soft! [ light laughter ] >> seth: please welcome to the
[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome! how are you? >> i'm great. >> seth: this is incredible. so great to have you here. >> i'm hanging out with wesley snipes. >> seth: not a bad night to be here. >> i bought a jeep because of wesley snipes. [ laughter ] >> seth: really? >> yeah. because in "new jack city," when he played nino brown. >> seth: yes. >> he drove around new york in this jeep and this is around the time when i first started driving and i was like, "i have got to get a jeep." he looks so cool. [ light laughter ] and i got a jeep, it was a used wrangler. there was no air conditioning. no sidewalls, there was a hole in the top. and i drive around and dust would be all over me. i would be sweaty, because nothing works. and i did not look like wesley snipes at all. [ light laughter ] >> seth: yeah. you did not get the full snipes feed back -- >> no, i looked pathetic. >> seth: i want to congratulate you on your show. itit a wonderful show.
>> oh, man, , ank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: great cast. best theme song on television right now. >> best theme song. >> seth: danny brown. >> danny brown. >> seth: danny brown. >> from detroit. that's right. >> seth: and this is based on a book by eddie wong. >> yes, that's right. >> seth: who was a restaurateur who grew up in orlando, very much like the show obviously. how did it go from book to television show? >> gosh, we have oururreat producer, melvin mars was a fan of the book, and he just saw it as a show, and he, you know, just tried his hardest to get it made, and got eddie, you know, on board, and found me, and from there the pieces came together, and we made a pilot, and the pilot was amazing. and i never thought it would get picked up, because it had been over 20 years. >> seth: yeah. >> so there was an asian-american family on network tv. so i don't know if they're going to pick it up, you know. but the pieces just came together. >> seth: it's great. [ cheers and applause ] absolutely. the -- shaq gets named a bunch in the first season. and now he actually shows up in season two.
>> he's going to be on our show. it was incredible meeting him. i was born and raised in l.a. shaq, obviously, was a laker for many years. brought us three championships. i was so psyched to meet him when i found out he was doing our show. when i first s s him, i was like believe you're on our show, welcome, i'm your biggest fan." and he was like, "no, i'm your biggest fan." [ laughter ] that's my shaq impersonation. i'm your biggest fan. i love "the interview." man, it's amazing to meet you, russell. and i was like -- it's great that he loves "the interview" and that he's a fan. it's not so great that he thinks my name is russell. [ light laughter ] >> seth: yeah, that's a bummer. so what do you do when shaq gets your name wrong right away? >> well, he's shaq. >> seth: yeah. >> he's a legend. he's huge. so i dididot correct him. laughter ] i was just hoping that maybe he would hear -- overhear someone else say my name and he would
and then later on in the day we're shooting, we're onset, and in between takes obviously shaq is hilarious, he kills it. i'm like, "oh, shaq, you're incredible. you're so funny." and he's like, "no, man, you're funny, russell. you're the funny one." [ laughter ] and then he looked out towards the crew. and he's like, "my man russell. my man russell." [ applause ] and i'm like -- i'm like somebody in the e ew is going to correct him, right? and i look out at the crew and everyone is all like looking down at the ground. [ laughter ] they're just like no one wants to correct him. so after like 40 times of calling me russell, i was like, i've got to tell him. i've got to tell him. and i was s ke, "hey, shaq, i'm m so sorry - -i'm like apologizing for some r rson. i'm like i'm so sorry but my name is actually randall. and he looks at me and he's like, "oh, my bad." i'm so sorry. he was so cool about it, randall, man, why didn't you tell me before?
[ laughter ] >> seth: very fair question. >eah, very fair question. and from there on out he was calling me randall and we had a great time. and we ended the day in his trailer singing katy perry. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> seth: now i would say you were lying but there is video evidence of this.. >> and it was completely random. >> seth: he was a fan of "the interview." in "the interview" you sing a little "firework." >> yeah, we sang "firework" and he just wanted to do it. >> seth: so here's proof. [ light laughter ] here's shaq and russell. you're a a rework make it go ah ah ah make it go ah ah ah >> seth: dream come true! [ cheers and applause ] >> it was very surreal. it was amazing. n i just point out m mlegs? [ light laughter ] >> seth: yeah.
yeah. your legs are playing so hot in that you look taller than shaq. [ light laughter ] you fore grounded your legs so well. >> yeah. i did that on purpose. >> seth: so i do want to ask briefly about "the interview" because obviously, this was such a strange fifi. >> oh yeah. >> seth: there were all these threats -- >> yeah. >> seth: that north korea was going to blow up theaters and you are playing kim jong-un. >> yeah. >> seth: did you yourself feel -- what was your safety? >> gosh, it was -- now that i have some perspective on it -- at the time i was like this is crazy. i don't knowowhat's going on. but at the time, like, it was one of those few timis in my life where my perspective of things was completely different from the whole rest of the world, you know. because i thought i was safe. i never got any death threats or anything like that, you know. and i thought everything was cool. and i would be a athe supermarket and this guy came up to me and he was like, what are you doing here? [ laughter ] and i was like, "i'm getting some eggs."
no, no, you should be in hiding. [ laughter ] you should be in hiding. i'm like, i think i'm fine. they're gonna kill you! go! [ laughtht ] go! and, you know, after a while it was like, maybe i should be in hiding. [ laughter ] yeah. it was crazy. >> seth: well, i'm glad you didn't go into hiding. i'm glad you're safe. congratulations on the show. >> thank you so much. >> seth: it really is wonderful. [ cheers and applause ] randalalpark, everyone. we'll be righthtack with martha stewart. [ cheers and applause ] the all-new tacoma.
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with her 85th cookbook called "appetizers." please welcome back to the show our dear friend, martha stewart. [ cheers and applause ] hello! you look beautiful as always. >> so nice to be here. >> seth: thank you. welcome back. >> thank you. >> seth: so i have to say. fifit off, i'm very imprprsed this is your 85th book. i'm very surprised you haven't done appetizers yet. [ laughter ] >> i did hors d'oeuvres. >> seth: you did hors d'oeuvres. so now you're dumbing it down for the rest of us. [ laughter ] for those of us that didn't know what that meant. >> right. >> seth: your 185th book can be called snacks. [ light laughter ] >> this is more -- w wl, there are snacks in here.. >> seth: okay. >> but it's 200 great recipes for more casual entertaining. >> seth: what's the party where it won't be weird to have your snacks.
be to make some of these snacks? >> it can be watching a football game. >> seth: okay. >> audience: woo! [ laughter ] >> just hanging out on the couch. >> seth: gotcha. i will say if i have my friends over for football and i came out and said, hey, guys, hand pies! [ laughter ] >> they would love you. >> seth: i don't know. >> oh, they would love you. >> seth: you guys having fun? >> devilled eggs. >> seth: hey, it's halftime. let's have roasted polenta! [ laughter ] roasted polenta with fontina and wild mushrooms. >> really good. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: they look very good. >> lots to choose from. >> seth: well, you said 200. >> i heard that you haven't even cooked 85 meals. >> seth: i haven't. i think i've cooked 40, and 28 of them are the same kind of chicken. [ light laughter ] >> you have your repertoire? >> seth: i have my little repertoire. >> good. well, all men should. >> seth: yeah, exactly. it's like, heat up the old george foreman. [ laughter ]
one breast, twtwbreasts. close. >> eight minutes. one side. >> seth: a little congratulations are in order. you have a new puppy. >> oh, i do. peluche. >> seth: peluche. peluche is a beatiful name. >> do you know what that means? >> seth: it sounds like a spanish h rd but i don't know what it means. >> it isis my granddaughter who speaks spanish named her. i gave her the job. it means fluffy. >> seth: fluffy? it's a very good name. >> and she's a fluffy chow chow. >> seth: now, i know your dog genghis -- >> genghis khan. >> seth: genghis khan. >> he's the sire. >> seth: oh, he is? >> he's the daddy. >> seth: genghis is the dad. now, how is genghis taking to peluche? >> he loves her. >> seth: he loves her? because is waiting for her to come home? [ laughter ] >> he's waiting to get out of the room. >> seth: he's waiting to get out. >> she's jumping all over him constantly. >> seth: i think, if i were genghis and i was rocking life as martha stewart's dog, i would not t happy if another dodo showed up. [ lauguger ] >> but this is his daughter. >> seth: this is his daughter. >> i didn't take the b, who is very beautiful.
>> seth: okay. >> there are four puppies in the litter and i didn't take the boy, because he would have -- >> seth: he would have been jealous. >> that would have been a problem. yeah. >> seth: okay. so everything is good with the dogs, they're getting along? >> perfect. >> seth: you were in maine in the summer and i heard you had a boating mishap >> oh, my gosh, i had boating mishap after boating mishap. >> seth: oh my goodness. >> one night i said let's turn the search lights on so we could get home, no search lights. they had forgotten to check the bulbs. >> seth: so you were just in the middle of the water with no idea where you were? >> there were instruments. i had instruments. i was driving. >> seth: okay. >> i was like four knots -- >> seth: did you have hand pies to make sure nobody starved? [ laughter ] >> we had hand flashlights lightingnghe way. seth: okay. >> out in the open ocean. >> seth: i have one more question for you, because you recently posted these photos of you in a hot air balloon. >> that was this saturday. >> seth: that's this saturday? >> yeah. >> seth: now did you go up in it? >> oh, that's for you to know and -- to figure out and me to -- you know. >> seth: all right. >> keep a secret. [ laughter ] i posted on twitter, i said did
she or didn't she. >> seth: because here's the thing. i refuse to go up in one. i remember my dad really wanted to go up. it was my famimi, and brother and i and my parents and my dad wanted to go up for his birthday because he's always wanted to do it and i refused to. >> why? >> seth: because if something went wrong -- look, when death comes, we're all ready for it. but i don't want to know i'm going to die -- >> we are not ready for it. what are you talking about? >> seth: i'm mororthan ready. i would d ow. [ laughter ] >> you think -- >> seth: i think it will be a slow death. and i don't want to have this really slow death -- >> gravity. [ laughter ] >> seth: well, don't you think it would -- >> plummet. it would plummet. >> seth: no. >> yes. you would drop like a rock. >> seth: i iwould be really slsl. you would think you would drop? >> yup. if anything happened to the balloon, absolutely. i went up in cappadocia. >> seth: what's that? [ light laughter ] >> that's a place in turkey. >> seth: are you sure? that's a turkish hand pie, right? [ laughter ] >> it's a very unusual
>> seth: and you went up in a hot air balloon? >> yeah. they did. that's one of the big things to do there, just go up in thes giant airbags. >> seth: were you terrified? >> no. it's so beautiful. you see, i don't like -- >> seth: you go up? >> you go up in the early morning because there's no wind. >> seth: i never want to be in a situation where i'm thinking to myself we're all fine as long as nothing goes wrong with the balloon. [ light laughter ] >> how about an airplane? airplanes have engineering. that's just a balloon. and besides, it's all engineered. it's hot air. [ laughter ] it has a stove, a flame that fills it up. >> seth: you're talking about camping. you're using camping terms. [ laughter ] >> it's actually very beautiful. and this guy is a really good balloon flyer. his name is michael. >> seth: oh, yeah, i've heard about him. [ laughter ] he's the best. well look, next time you go up, take a bunch of pictures for me so i never have to. >> okay. tomorrow look at my blog. >> seth: okay. i will. >> it's all about the day. >> seth: now can we make some appetizers? >> yes, indeed. >> seth: all r rht. we'll be right back with m me from m mtha stewart.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back to "late night." we're here with martha stewart, who is gonna teach us how to make a few recipes from her latest cookbook "appetizers." where do we start? >> well, drinks. because with drinks, everything goes much easier. so this is apple cider sangria. >> seth: apple cider sangria, that's wonderful. >> a quart of apple cider. >> seth: okay, there were some kiwis in there. did i see some kiwis? >> kiwis. apples, chopped up. >> seth: okay, great. >> and a bottle of white wine. >> seth: okay. that's wonderful. >> and i didn't see any ice. do we have any ice? um -- oh, we have frozen grapes. >> seth: oh, frozen grapes. >> and there are ice cubes. >> seth: oh. >> and after the white wine goes in the apple brandy. >> seth: very nice. look at this. >> that's the important thing. not too much.
so -- [ laughter ] >> just gives it a really nice taste. >> seth: well, that's good. >> so screw that up. >> seth: alright. >> and the frozen grapes go in the glass. you want a taste of this, right? >> seth: yes, i do. >> okay, how many frozen grapes do you want? >> seth: um, only five. [ laughter ] >> okay, six. six. >> seth: sure, so ask me but don't care what i answer. [ laughter ] >> do you wanna poor? oh, it's heavy, i'll pour. >> seth: well, i could -- [ laughter ] >> i don't know if you can pour. >> yeah, it's actually -- you are actually doing me a favor. alright. >> there. how's that? good? >> seth: mm. that's really good. that's really good. it's a good fall drink, martha. [ laughter ] >> it is. fall down. a fall down drink. [ laughter ] stay away from the drugs, martha! >> audience: woo! [ cheers and applause ] >> okay. >> seth: what's next? >> you said your mom made trail mix. >> seth: my mom makes party mix. the greatest party mix of all-time. >> trail mix -- whatever. two tablespoons of -- [ laughter ]
sugar -- did she make good -- >> seth: she makes the best party mix. >> she does? like what -- what's in it? >> seth: um, i think her secret ingredient is worcester sauce. >> oh, i don't have any of that. >> seth: you don't have any that? >> no. >> seth: well, welcome to second place. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> butter. so that's like eight tablespoons of butter. >> seth: okay, great. a tablespoon of dry combed mustard. >> seth: i like the idea of that. >> yeah, that's our worcester sauce. >> seth: okay, good. >> and then some salt. >> seth: okay, great. >> you have to have salt because that makes it tasty. >> seth: right, okay. >> and melt that all together here you can stir that -- >> seth: okay, wonderful. >> of course, we have two cups of -- what do you call those? >> seth: chex. >> chex. [ laughter ] >> what do you call those? >> seth: peanuts. >> cup of peanuts. >> seth: cup of peanuts. >> those? >> seth: almonds. >> okay, couple almonds. and oh, these. >> seth: pretzels. [ laughter ] i feel like i'm taking "an english as a second language" course. toffee. >> a third of a cup of toffee. that's adds that kind of -- >> seth: toffee is gonna make it
really good. >> and now -- i'm not going to keep my hands in here, while you pour that hot butter. >> seth: pour it over? >> yeah. >> seth: okay, great. all right. >> pour that over -- and then put it on a cookie sheet. >> seth: uh huh. >> in a 350 degree oven for a short time. yeah, for about fifteen minutes. take that -- [ laughter ] in the oven. but i think it's really good. what do you think? [ laughter ] it's not hot. he's faking it. >> is that get cold? is it great? do you like stuffed figs? >> seth: mhmm. >> and bacon-wrapped figs? so, you cut a little 'x' in the bottom. >> seth: mhmm. >> and you kind of squeeze it open and put a piece of bleu cheese in there, if you like bleu cheese. ropeford cheese. do you like bleu cheese?
then partially cooked bacon. just cook it a little bit and wrap that around. fix it with a -- what's this called? [ laughter ] toothpick. >> seth: toothpick, yeah. >> toothpick. >> seth: it was on the tip of my tongue. >> and put that again in the oven, 350 degrees until it gets crispy and pretty. >> seth: should i try one? >> yeah, try. >> seth: i'm very excited about this. >> watch out for your -- >> seth: mm. >> good? i'll do the rest of the talking. and more things. oh, i thought i should show -- this is nice for holiday, you know -- >> seth: oh. i love pigs in a blanket. >> and these are good, because it's puff pastry. >> seth: uh huh. >> and salt or poppy seed and they're very very safe. these are, like, good hot dogs. >> seth: these are good hot dogs? >> yeah. >> seth: what makes a good hot dog? >> well, just good ones. expensive. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> good? cheese balls. look at these.
>> seth: cheese balls those are beautiful. >> aren't thee beautiful? and cheese balls are so old fashioned, but i think they're so much fun. >> seth: yeah. >> this was covered with -- >> seth: cranberries. dried cranberries. >> what do you call those again? dried cranberries. they're sort of sweet and -- >> seth: thank you. >> and this one's covered with pecans. how do you like that one? is that good? >> seth: stop it, stop it! [ laughter ] >> you have to try this one. that's the hot artichoke dip. [ laughter ] >> seth: all right. >> it's really good. he has an appetite, this guy. [ laughter ] good? you want some more drink? >> seth: uh-huh. [ laughter ] >> so a smattering of the 200 recipes. >> seth: they were all really good. every single one of them was better than my mom's version except for the chex mix. >> aw. [ laughter ] >> seth: martha stewart, everyone! [ cheers and applause ] "appetizers" is available in stores now. and everyone in the audience is going home with one tonight! [ cheers and applause ]
>> carson: good evening, everybody. you are looking at skylark here in new york. i'm carson daly. here's the rundown for tonight's "last call." for our music it is the tv debut of melanie martinez. and we'll do that from the troubadour and tell you more about here coming up. plus, we spotlight the new documentary "finders keepers" but first, two of the biggest talents in film have joined together to tell the tale of a technology and pop culture titan. from no vacancy in hollywood, this is "steve jobs" writer and director, aaron sorkin and